Tier update after lockdown 2.0
From Wednesday 2 December, the government has applied specific rules to local areas in different parts of the country.
To help keep your families and our school community safe, check the specific restrictions for the area you live in by typing your postcode in the government’s postcode checker
What you need to know about each tier level
Tier 1 – Medium-alert
Tier 2 – High alert
Tier 3 – Very high alert
Christmas rules from 23 to 27 December
During the Christmas period, 23 to 27 December 2020, the government has different rules for social distancing and contact. Please check this link for more information to help you plan a safe holiday season when making-a-christmas-bubble-with-friends-and-family
Hands Face Space
To reduce the number of visitors to our School Office, we have installed a Black Post Box for parents to drop forms, letters and any correspondence for school in to.
Parents should not pop into the School Office as they did before COVID-19. If you need any help or advice, please call the School Office on 020 8366 0521 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will respond to you as soon as we can during school hours.
In line with government advice elsewhere, all parents and visitors must wear a mask before entering the School Office. Only one family will be allowed to enter at a time, and we ask that you sanitise your hands as soon as you enter the building.
Where parents and carers cannot maintain a strict 2m distance outside and around the school site, we encourage you to please wear a face covering for drop-offs and collections for your safety and the safety of others.
Excluding pupils who are self-isolating, attendance for the last few months must be improved:
- September 92.7%
- October 94.8%
- November 96.1%
Although steadily improving, there are still some students who need to return to school so we can make progress to help each child catch up on their lost learning.
Please help us by making sure your child attends school every day. Calls will be made home for each absent child as the government has made it clear that attendance is compulsory for pupils unless there is a local or national lockdown and if a child or household is told to self-isolate. If pupils need to self-isolate at any time, remote learning will be put in place for their continued progression and learning.
All pupils eat their lunch within their year group bubbles. Nursery pupils eat their lunch inside the Nursery, Year 2 and KS2 eat within their bubbles in the Ashton Hall and Early Years and KS1 have their lunch in the Annexe Hall.
Guidance for parents
Click here for a COVID-19 quick reference guide to help you make all important decisions if your child begins showing COID-19 symptoms.
Latest government guidance and updates
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